Former NFL running back Larry Johnson has quite the nteresting Twitter timeline where he regularly calls out famous people that are allegedly puppets for the devil and devout Satanists.
This time around, the former Chiefs all-pro took aim at Beyonce singing ‘XO’ and ‘Halo’ during Kobe Bryant’s memeorial service earlier this week.
He then turned his attention to the late Kobe Bryant, taking his logo and referencing it to the ‘sigil of Lucifer.’
The Sigil of Lucifer (“Seal of Satan”) is described as so, via symbol dictionary:
“The Sigil of Lucifer is a lesser known historical magical sigil used occasionally as an emblem by modern Satanists. The image originates in the sixteenth century Italian Grimoirium Verum, or “Grimoire of Truth.” Used in conjunction with other symbols, its original purpose of the sigil was to aid in a visual invocation of the angel Lucifer.
The figure is probably derived from an earlier work, most likely drawn from a magic square whose origins are now lost. The emblem is sometimes referred to as the “Seal of satan,” although this is not a historical usage.”
Johnson also took aim at LeBron throwing up symbols before the Lakers first game played after Kobe’s death.